Some Parts Of Cairo See First Snowfall In 100 Years

I’m sure this is all part of “climate change”

(Baltimore Sun) Nearly three feet of snow closed roads in and out of Jerusalem, which is set in high hills, and thousands in and around the city were left without power. Israeli soldiers and police rescued hundreds trapped in their cars by snow and ice. In the West Bank, the branches of olive trees groaned under the weight of snow.

In Cairo, where local news reports said the last recorded snowfall was more than 100 years ago, children in outlying districts capered in white-covered streets, and adults marveled at the sight, tweeting pictures of snow-dusted parks and squares. In other parts of the city, rain and hail rocketed down.

The story is originally from the LA Times, which has video. Lots of photos at the Baltimore Sun article. The photo I used is from Ahram Online. There’s lots of snow all the way up through into Israel. Must be due to you, dear reader, refusing to give up your central air conditioning. Oh, wait, sorry, snow is consistent with “climate change” or something.

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6 Responses to “Some Parts Of Cairo See First Snowfall In 100 Years”

  1. Jeffery says:

    It snowed, therefore the Theory of AGW is refuted!

  2. jl says:

    There was a hurricane, therefore the theory of AGW is confirmed!

  3. Well, Yeah. says:

    “Oh, wait, sorry, snow is consistent with ‘climate change’ or something.”

    Well, yes. Actually, it is.
    Would it hurt you to do some reading about climate change? To become educated on what the argument actually is before deciding whether or not you believe in it?

    What is the harm in taking preventative action which would benefit the planet? Or rather, the planet’s ability to support the life currently on it…
    Remember, if the climate change projections are real, the planet will be fine. However, it will eventually become inhabitable by humans.

    The only downside I can see to exploring climate change is that a handful of people who head powerful industries will stop making MONEY. Money they use to lobby the disbelief of climate change. They are not invested in your best interests.

  4. Gumballs_Of_Winter says:

    excellent Jl

    dont forget tornados and heat waves also prove CAGW. Oh, that tropical storm that hit the area that is always hit by tropical storms proves CAGW.

    Oh yeah, there was that series of earthquakes that prove global warming, something or other.

  5. Well, yes. Actually, it is.
    Would it hurt you to do some reading about climate change? To become educated on what the argument actually is before deciding whether or not you believe in it?

    We have, hence the reason we know what you Warmists push is a cult, not science. Is there anything that disproves “climate change”?

    What is the harm in taking preventative action which would benefit the planet?

    Because every policy prescription you Warmists push involves more and more taxation and fees, more and more bigger government, and more and more control of our lives and private entities. All while refusing to change your own lives and behavior, and seemingly excluding yourselves from the same policy prescriptions you advocate for others.

  6. deepred says:

    I didn’t know Al Gore was in Cairo.

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